Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on May 22, 1950 · 15
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-PAGE FIFTEEN. .ELMIRA' STAR-GAZETTE- MONDAY, MAY 22, 1950. BiRfilaggio Back in Stride as Yanks Bulge League Lead Jolter Leads Champs To 6th Win in Row State Tourney Ends Today At Syracuse " tf-S52) 0 Bj JOE REICHLER New York uf) Alls well with the New York Yankees now that Joe DiMaggitys back on the team. Apparently all both DiMag change of scenery. Dunking for Victorious Crew tit Keuka Walker's Wallops Mansfield. 8-2 Walker's All-Stars pounded out 21 hits Sunday to wallop Mansfield, 1 - , ;sJ li.T, 18- r 1 and the Yankees needed was a Hill Prince Proves Good Front Ruimer By GEORGE BO WEN Baltimore if! what really did nap - . u:n v . .'! pen to Hill rrince in tne Kentucky Derby? classic st.ll are puled today about hat after seeing he "se with bich; the irgmia colt took Saturday's Preakness. Out of the welter of conjectures one -. 1 . ..I.,-!., U;il Dt-in.O .HrVinH nf C;' : C "i 7,v i ' I 1 . ,,; , ;!in8 o lne toP A sweep of the doubleheader in Cleveland, 14-5 and 12-4, established the world champions more securely: 'than ever in first place. As a mat-; iter of fact, with a record of 20-8, they're better off than they were a jear ago wnen iney naa a jy-iu mark. Washington's 6-2 triumph over De- troit and Chicago's 43 victory over Boston after the Red Sox had won the opener, 7-0, gave the Yanks a 2'j- n-trra kllln. m.'.l film LKrnnil V,lo t - ,. ., ,.,. ., j Tigers and a three-game edge over the Red Sox. YVhen the Bionxitcs left friendly and . f on . , . , - .. jthe :reer. He was batting .225. Once on the road, DiMaggio be- 1 Of Old and Yankees wasted little time climb- An 11-0 walkover in St. Louis the first day on the road I ' I C U - u . .. . TU . for the hrst time in 19:50. They went on to knock off the White Sox in I Chicago and Indian ... ... in Cleveland1 without the loss of a single same tneyvc won six straignt with one more to play in Cleveland and two in Detroit. -The leading figure in the Yankee surf was DiMaggio. In the six ames Joe collected nine hits in 23 times at bat for batting mark of .391. That boosted his average 34 points, to .259. He drove in 12 runs during that stretch. His hits included three home runs and two doubles. He hit only two ho mcrs in his first 22 -games. The Brooklyn Dodgers lead in the National Leasue . was cut to a half game when Philadelphia's Phillies di-' vided a doubleheader with the St. j Louis Cardinals while the Cincinnati r-i . .. - . . .t . . i isxus were nosing oui ine crooKS, lu-9. The Cardinals needed a triple play to win the first game, 6-5, but the Phils came back to win the Andy Seminick's the last of "the ninth. Boston's Braves moved into a third place tie with the Cards, winning two if a doubleheader from thp niantc in ; . 8-0. ,New York. 4-2 and i VICTORY classmates. in the annual intcr-ilass canoe race always brings a dunking The sophomores won and got wet in races Saturday as part crew was second. sight to stop him The Derby rost-mortem was mark-t, J ... ed bv a controversy contcred on a . . l . ,u , Those who write about the race and those, who called the official charts: were agreed that Hill Prince's second to King Ranch's Middleground was due to being pulled up twice. The observers swore that Hill Prince had to be taken up early in the Derby due to crowded quarters and going into the stretch when Your Host got in his way. Arcaro denied this emphatically. The horse hd plenty of racing room, be said. The implication was that Hill Prince wasn't as good as Middle-ground last Derby day. Then, flushed by the glow of victory in the Preakness, Christopher T. Chenerj, who owns Hill Prince said: "He was restrained in the Derby. Today we let him run the way he wanted to." Hill Prince proved he knew more than his board of strategy. : Box Scores PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUS ab.r.h.o. Joost.ss 4 2 2 0 DeMars.ss ab.r.h.o. 1 ft n 4 2 2 3 5'",1". 5 2 2 2 tfP""1 3 10 4 stran,l 4 0 O 41 HeiBhts 4 0 2 liHorseheaos 4 1 l.'ll ' in a -' Tri-County Baseball Leasue came at Mansfield. j Harold Dunba- paced the winders' attack with a perfect day at the plate. Dunbar ba -?d out four hits including a doub'- Fritz Bryant and Herb Bauer also garnered four hits, Bryant's including a triple and pair of doubles and Bauer s a triple and double. Danby Takes 11-8 Slugfest from Odessa Odessa Danby took an 11-8 slugfest victory over Odessa here Sunday in an Inter-County Baseball League game. Dickins. Odessa Ditcher, belted a home run in the seventh inning to I tie the game at 8-8. But Danby pushed over three runs in the ninth to win. ' Score by Danby . . . Odessa . . . Chernick Beile. innings: . 200 030 303 11 9 4 . 120 010 400 8 11 4 and Boda; Dickins and LAST TIMES TOMOR. A GREAT BOOK BECOMES A GREATER PICTURE! DICK POWELL nd EVELYN KEYES in or MRS. MIKE ACTION! THRIUS! PLUS RAYMOND WALBURN - WALTER CATLETT Stanwyck and Lund John TOMOR. UlMOAy I in ibi ww ivimia i r vv 1 1 .i nu a,u in lYIrtlMt. VVILOVJIV (t "FATHER MAKES GOOD" . I nciu mm ifDDy in i "FATHER MAKES GOOD" . w,th cora th. cow , yy with CORA the COW r -snvvssvnvss'n For up to and including the Derby jnigntcap, 4-, op it had been the practice to keep; two-run homer in RJj g H ffi g TODAY AND TUESDAY Hill Prince far off the lead and close to the rail for a late run. If there's lack of racing room at the critical moment this can be disastrous. - ( " ' vnivuv, "I1U T . Z L . I O .......a i rJ fUU lATJ O ..A"""lhSf !Lt,,blbU,r8h ed .past the Cubs intoDA 0006! C-m m namm U hAT9 .3 1 indie, ccpiiic noin cnas or m r ace, sweeninc norn ends or 1 !i i r . n am un 7 at, 11 m p-f : m . i Philadelphia and Sr; Louis split an!"R-slauhiei;irJO,nes- DPBioodworth. , . jHamner and Waitkus: Marion, Schoen- American League twin bill, the A S dienst and Musial. Triple play Garagi-winninc the second came. 8-3 after! ola, Glaviano Marion and Musial Left Major League ST. LOl'IS PHILADELPHIA ab.r.h.o. ab.r.h.o Glaviano.3b 4 111 Aahburn.cf 4 0 0 1 Hamner.ss 4 119 Waitkus.lb 3 2 2 1 Ennis.rf 4 10 1 Jones.3b 4 0 14 Sisler.lf 4 0 3 5 Goliat.2b 4 0 0 5 Bl'dw th,2b 2 110 Lopata.c 1 0 0 0 a-Whitman 1 0 0 0 K stanty.p c-Hollmig Miller. p Roberts, p Church. p b-S'inick,c 5 12 Walker.cf 4 0 2 2i sgh'tlr rf Howert n.if chel?V'lb 5 1 214 4 11 3 2 2 4 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 Marion, ss Brazle.p Staley.p Pollet.p 1 n n n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 11 Total 33 6 9 27 Total 36 5 12 27 a Fouled out for Lopata in 7th b Singled for Church in 7th t c Fannpri for Knnstantv in R(h ST. LOUIS 015 000 a;no, Musial. Garagiola 'Slaughter scored; nr. vt,, .,.! r.smi. on Soliat's error). Sisler 2. Bloodworth jWaitkus. Jones. 2B Glaviano. Musial. Slaughter, Garagiola 2. Enni. Sisler. "poliet "! Kfanty lTsb-SV RoberU Konstanty l. Brazie 2. staiey 2' reyTin M!ie?irin i: Brazie 5 in staiey 7 in 2j; Poi- Si "3-3.: ieHoiSrt. im" tBI lick, Ballanfante and Robb. T 2:32. Second Game ST. LOUIS 000 000 0202 7 0 PHILADELPHIA . .. 000 110 0024 10 1 . Munger. Boyer Si and Rice: HeintzeJ-man. Simmons '8 and Seminick. PITTSBURGH ah.r.h.o, NEW YORK ab.r.h.o C'tiglione.ss Sartell.rf Kiner.lf TF andez.3b Weiitlake.cf Coogan.lb M'rtaugh.2b R.Mueller.c n-Hopp b-Schenz McCull gh.c Chesnes.p 5 0 0 1 Stanky,2b 3 11 4 0 2 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 2 4 0 1 2 11 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 Lockm'n.lf 4 111 Irvin.rf 3 0 13 Thomson.cf 4 114 Th'pson.3b 4 1 211 Westrum.c 3 10 5 Gilbert.lb 3 0 10 Dark.ss 1 0 0 0 Jansen.p 0 0 0 0 Hansen, p 0 0 0 1 4 0 11 Totals 36 4 7 27 Totals 31 2 7 27 PITTSBURGH 001 001 00a 4 NEW YORK '. 001 010 0002 E Thompson. Thomson, btankv. KJHl Chesnes 2. Kiner. Lockman. Thomson 4 2 0; 0' 1. 3 5! 4! 6 0 Oiu O; I MNA W&nM i v .AHek. ii i i .a i ra a wr i in the handicap and $200 in 'the open. Jim Gallagher of Syracuse was in front in the all-events, with handicap score of 2,016. J. Diffiglia of Buffalo led the open all-events with 1,855. Other top five-man teams in the handicap event: s 2. Matt and Stan's of Buffalo, 3,268; 3, Kline's of Schenectady, 3,267; and 4, Cus of Albany, 3,234. Pancho, Jake Finish, 94-29 Davfon, Ohio Uf Is Richard (Pancho) Gonzales finished as a member of the Jack Make" Kramer-Bobby Riggs touring tennis troupe? The 1949 U. S. singles champion finished his cross-country series with Kramer here . yesterday just as he started by losing. The scores this time were 6-2, 3-6, 6-3, Kramer. After the match, Riggs, who's the tour promoter, announced that Kramer accept challenges from leading amateurs for a 1950 tour once this Summer's amateur meets are over. Ted Schrocder, probably the No. 1 amateur in the U. S is. Kramer's long-time buddy. x Riggs was asked if his statement meant that Gonzales was through as a member of the Riggs group. Bobby, a real good man with a tennis racket himself, wouldn't say. Kramer wound mp the cross country tour with 94 wins to 29 for Gonzales, who received a $60,000 guarantee to turn pro. AUTOMOTIVE Art. 7-A Tax Law, Sec, 165-b 5-14-40 5M COUNTY COURT, CHEMUNG COUNTY. In the Matter of foredrmure of tax lien, purauant to Art. 7-. Title 3. of tlie Tax Law, by the County of , Chemung. Notice of Foreclosure of Tax Liens by County of CTieiuung by Action in Tteni. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: Tbat on the 1st dav of May, 1950. the Chemunp County Treasurer of the County of Chemung punuant to law filed with the clerk of Chemung-County, a list of parcels of property ' affected by unpaid tax liens held nd owned by aid County of Chemung whirli on such date has been unpaid for a period of at least four years after the date when the tax, assessment or other legal charge represented thereby became a lien. Said list contains as to each such parcel. ;a) a biie.f description of the property affected by audi -tax Hen. (b) the name of the last known owner of audi property as the same appears on the assessment roll of aaid County ol Chemung for the last calendar year, or a statement that the owner Is un known if ouch be the rase, (c) a state ment of the amount of auch tax lien upon auch rarcel including those which shall have been due for less than four years together with the date or dates from which, and the rate ie rates at which, interest and penalties shall be computed. All persons having or claiming to have an interest in the real property 'described in such list of delinquent i taxes are hereby notified that the ; filing of such list of delinauent taxes constitutes the commencement by said County of Chemung of an action in the County Court, Chemung County, to enforce the tax lien therein described by a foreclosure proceeding in rem ana mat sui.ii list constitutes a notice of pendency of action and a complaint by the said County of Chemung against each' piece or parcel of land therein described to enforce the payment of such tax liens. Such action is brought aeaiuat tha real prop erty only and is to foreclose the tax liens described in such list. No personal judgment shall be en tered herein for such taxes, assessments or other legal . charges or any part thereof. This notice la directed to all per son having or claiming to have an interest in the real property described in such list of delinquent taxes and such persons are hereby notified fur ther that a certified copy of such lWt of delinquent, taxes has been filed In tha office of the Chemung County Treasurer ef said County of Chemung and will remain open for puhllc inspec tion up to and including the 31st day of July, 1050, which date is hereby fixed as the last day for redemption. And take further notice that ay person having or claiming to hRve an interest in any such parcel and the legal right thereto may on or before said date redeem the same bv paying to the said Chemung County Treasurer the amount of all aueh unpaid tax liens thereon and in addition thereto all interest and penalties which are a lien against such real property, computed to and including the date of redemption. In the event that such taxea are paid bv a person other than the record owner cf such property, the person so paying shall he entitled to have the tax liens affected thereby satisfied of record or to receive an assignment of such tax liens evidenced by a proper written instrument , Every person having any right, title or interest In or Hen upon any parcel described in such list of delinquent taxes may serve a duly verified answer upon the attorney for the County of Chemung setting forth in detail the nature and amount of his interest and any defense or ob jection to the foreclosure. Such answer must be tiled in the omee or tne county clerk and served upon the attorney for. the tax district foreclosing within twenty days after the date above mentioned aa the last day for redemption. In the event of failure to redeem or answer by any person having the right to redeem or answer, such person shall be forever barred and foreclosed of all his right, title and interest and equity of redemption in and to the parcel described in such list of delinquent taxes and a judgment in foreclosure may be takep-by default. WILLIAM G. YUNG STROM. Chemung County Treasurer. JAMES E. PERSONIUS. Attorney for Chemung County, Addresa: 312 Lajce St.. r.lmlra. N. T. ml-8-15-22-23 J5 6ta ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICE! BOOKS, BIBLES Rebound and re-paired. Gold stamping, ledgera and ruled forms made to order. Barber- Dnane-Mosher. 41 K. Market St. CHIROPRACTOR D. I. Hapeman. D. C. Palmer graduate. X-ray. neuro-ralometer. Office hours: 1-4. 6-5 weekdays ; 1-4 Saturdays. 113 Hoffman. Dial 8-323.V HENRY O. POHLMAN-and jelewrv repairing, St. Dial .5737. -Expert watch 143 E. Water H. KOiS. furrier, now at 365 W. Kirst. Storage, repairing, remodeling. 2-5635. SAW FILING, retoothing. tool sharpening, axes, clipper blades, knite, ehears. Cory. 154jJHaple Ave. 2-5931. THOMAS AUSTIN shoe ahine. located at Hotel Langwell Barber Stiop. PERSONAM 2 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS for help to stop drinking. 3-3230. Write box 24 or 1045 or 181 Elmira. BABY .hoes, bronzed for Father's Day, special discounts, orders taken through Thursday, day or evenings. Ellen. 533 Dtkfr Ave. 9ai5. ENJOY YOURSELF (It's later than you think). Bulkhead Golf Course, across from Dixie Bowling Alley. En- ' ter the contest. FRANK'S ghoe-Zippr Dye Service, 262 E. 14th 8t. Dial 7305. GEROL'LD'S Pharmacy will call for and deliver your prescriptions ftt no extra charge. Llal LOY iAJA Syracuse Lf! The 25th annual New York State Men's bowling tournament ends today with the last 16 keglers rolling in the singles and doubles events. In unofficial final standings, Wick-wire Wire Mills of Cortland topped the five-man handicap competition with a total of 3,274. The team had been out in front for several weeks. The event carries a top prize of $1,500. Everyody's Market of Niagara Falls headed the open class, with actual pin score of 2,989. Top prize ts $600. Stan Duda of Solvay was leading the handicap singles, with 726, and J. Fiorelli of .Seneca Falls was high in the open class, with 680. The 1,348 posted by Sam Contrino and S. Ruffino of Buffalo topped the handicap doubles. Vic Giromint and Frank Hermans of Syracuse were in front in the open class, with 1,259. The $10,000 tournament orencd here April 20. The top prize handicap singles is $300, and in the open singles, $150 In the doubles, top money is $600 ssxs IAST TIMES TODAY CLIFTON WEBB "CHEAPER by the DOZEN'" JEANNE CRAIN - MYRNA LOY 3 DAYS STARTING TUE. HAL WALLIS Production tU'nng JOHN DIANA DOM LUND LYNN -DtFQRE MADIT IAII CflM LAST DAY Red Skelton "Yellow Cab Man" Shadow on the Wall" HOME" SEE WILL AGAIN! I u. .1 LI. .( L. best of all Will's great thewtl i Ul l Th Funni! -spj River-Doo i j.rt lac Ever! Mv vf i i iftNLf ; I A4 mm HMcCosky.lf 5 0 1 d Kokos.rf Dillinger.3b 5 13 0 Lollar.c Lehner.cf 0 2 5 Sievers.cf rain. 10 Valo.rf 2jSuder.2b Guerra.c o;Kellner,p lia-Wahl oiWyse.p b-Hitchcock 4 0 0 6 L'nhardt.lf 4 0 13 Thomas.3b 4 111 Friend,2b 4 0 0 4 Arft.lb 2 110 Fannin.p -1 0 0 0 c-Upton 0 0 0 0 Overmire.p 1110 2 3 112 OOOOi 0 10 0' 2 0 10 nlTotals' 39 6 12 24 Totals 32 11 9 27 a Struck out for Kellner In 7th b Singled for Wyse in 9th c-W'alked for Fannin in 3rd PHILADELPHIA 102 011 001 e' ST. LOUIS 005 013 02x 111 E None. RBI Joost. DiUinger 4, De-Mars, Lollar 4. Lenhardt, Thomas 3, Suder, Overmire. Sievers. 2B Thomas. Kellner. Dillinger. Kokos. 33 Friend.! . . -- w . Lollar. 7. St. j-ouis o BB Kellner 6. Fannin 1. Wyse: SO Kellner 2, Overmire 1. Wyse l.j HO Kellner 6 in 6 ;Wyse 3 in 2: Fannin 3 in 3; Overmire 9 in 6. HBP Kellner iSievers'. Winner Overmire il-li. Loser Kellner (2-3) . U Paparel-la, Rommel and Hubbard. T 2:11. . Second Game PHILADELPHIA . . 200 000 006 8 10 0 ST. LOUIS 001 000 2003 5 2 Hooper. Brissie 9 1 - and Tipton: i Ostrowski, Ferrick (9, Fine (9) and; Moss. BOSTON' CHICAGO ab.r.h.o. ah.r.h.o. DiM'ggio.cf Pesky.Sb Williams. If Stephens.ss . Dropo.lb Zarilla.rf Doerr.2b Tcbbett.c Kinder. p 4 0 0 4 Adams, cf 4 0 2 4 3 112 Fox, 2b 5 0 11 Phille.v.rf 3 2 14 Majeski.3b 3 2 110 Osfwski.lf 2 0 0 1 Masi.c 3 0 0 1 Car'suel.ss 4 2 2 4 tioiaso'y.lb 4 0 10 Wight.p 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 2! 3 0 1 11 4 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 113 3 0 0 0 Totals 31 7 7 27 Totals 32 0 4 27 BOSTON 032 000 U0 7 CHICAGO 000 000 0000 E Stephens. RBI Tebbetts 3, Kinder. 2;Dropo 3. 3B Adams. HR Dropo. Teb- 5;betts. S Zarilla. DP Carrasquel and 2tGoldsberry. Left Boston 5, Chicago 7. BB Off Kinder 2, Wight ' 7. SO By Kinder 4: Wight 3. PB Tebbetts. Win- ner Kinder i3-4i. Loser Wight (2-4'. Hurley, McGowan. Honochick and McKinley. T 2:04. Second Game BOSTON 100 002 0003 7 0 CHICAGO 001 100 2004 10 1 Dobson, Masterson (81 and Rosar: Pirce and Malone, Masi. NEW YORK tLEVELAND ab.r.h.o. ab.r.h.o. Rizzuto.ss 5 3 2 1 Mitchell, If Manes.rf 5 10 2 K'nnedy.rf Collms.lb 4 3113 Easter.lb DiM'ggio.cf 4 3 3 4 Doby.cf Berra.c 4 2 2 3 Rosen.3b Brown. 3b 4 0 0 1 Gordon. 2b Woodling If 5 13 0 Avila.2b Coleman,2b 5 0 2 3 Boone.ss Lopat. p 6 .1 2 0 Murray .c Wynn.p Bearden.p a-Tucker BentnO.p Pieretti.p b-CIark 50 2 3 5 0 0 1 3 1 012 4 12 5 3 12 1 3 111 10 10? t It u u 4 113 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 42 14 15 27 Totals 35 5 9 27 a Popped up for Bearden in 5th b Walked for Pierettin in 9th NEW YORK 140 023 02214 CLEVELAND . 001 301 000 5 E Mapes 2. Boone. RBI Berra 2. Di- 8,Maggio 6. Murray, Rosen 2. Gordon 2, I i I Browns had von the opener, 1 1-! Wallv Moses' grand slam homeri ,he ninth featurcd Philadelphia's! triumph. DiMaggio enjoyed his biccest day of year jesterday as he eight runs in the twin bill, six in the opener with oattea in He drove a pair of homers and four-baggers a double. One of his came with the bases loaded. A crowd of 79,570, third largest ever to see a major league game, saw Ed Lopat and Allie Reynolds each win his fourth game for the Yankees. Phil Rizuto and Joe Collins shared the hitting honors with DiMaggio. Each got five hits and scored five runs for the winners. Bob Feller and Early Vynn were the losers. Conrado Marrero, a pint-sized 5-7 Cuban righthander, who toiled fori Havana in the Class B Florida-ln ternational last year, stopped the Ecrs with three hits for the Senators. 2B r. Mueller, jansen. Westiake was Washington's 10th victory in Murtaugh and Coogan. Left Pittsburgh the last 14 games. A two-run homer !heVrBj Eddie Yost and another circuit! in 8a: Hansen 0 in 3i. Winner Chesnes clout by Sam Mele with two mates! '3f'-L"ransln L2",!'-u-Gore-stew" , ,, 'art and Conlan. T Z:1J. aboard, all aeainst Ted Gray. ac- NO MAN OF HER OWN lor the championship crew from of May Day festivities. Junior Movie Timetable MOVIE-(Time ef Kf t ney TIMETABLE Feature Film 1:0(1 4:0(1 1:00 1:05 3:10 3:13 7:'20 1:0 :?:. :43 1:00 3:35 (!:.".". 2:40 : 7:S(t 7:35 0:45 UIUD1H1 H:45, 11:55; 9:I5 9:35! 22 h VICTORIA V-l di nccni iori pa U II BLOSSBURG, PA. MONDAY. MAY 22 BING'' CROSBY . COLEEN GRAY "RIDING HIGH" TONITE AND TUESDAY MICKEY ROONEY in "BIG WHEEL" ALSO SECOND HIT GLENN FORD WILLIAM HOLDEN "MAN FROM COLORADO" IN COLOR EVERY TUESDAY IS FAMILY NITE CARLOAD FOR SI 20 INCl. TAX TODAY AND TUES. MAGNIFICEN OBSESSION g- 1 " - 1 PLUS IERD EDO KIDS LITTLE nit CIIS FOR THE HAPPIEST TIME OF YOUR UFE Starring Lor.a YOUNG Celeste HOLM w.rh EI$o IANCHESTER Thomas GOMEZ CO-FEATURE PENNY SINGLETON 0 ARTHUR LAKE "BLONDiE'S BIG DEAL" TODAY AND TUESDAY w mm ria wrr. .. e r M Llrl J: I hlfllll M Fresh Sea Foods daily. Steaks, Chops, Chicken, Italian cuisine.? jFilet Mignon $1.75 (complete)! Return Ennoqement : I x mm mm n w w ai v I d"""1 lro"l l' M. i j lYIinttLYllS m i m n m ELMIRA 4 I minimi fnr all hut r,n w-j.KlnnJ but one of Washing - itons runs, the triumph moved the'NEW york oio 104 0006 14 2 Nats into third place by percentage hambers. Mn tfmgrti. wrti. JANE COWL PHYltlS IHAXTH ITU KTTKI HEW O'NEHl in fnMi stretch. Not so in the Preakness. He amazed all past performance watchers by opening up after the field of six had gone little over a quarter of a mile in the mile and three-sixteenths; race. He let Middleground, Balkan and Mr. Trouble knock each other around in the first sprint. Then when they; rounded the hrst turn Mitt t'rince came like a seed squeezed through a grape. In what seemed a split sec-; ond he had a three-length lead Coming around the second turn into the stretch Middleground had one move left. He came up to Hill Prince's saddle cloth and for a moment it seemed it was going to be a head and header down to the wire. This time Middleground was on the rail and Hill Prince on the outside. Arcaro gave the Virginia speedster a signal and he took off, opening up da light at every stride until he had five lencths at the finish. C. V. Whitney s Dooly, who surprised everjbodv by beaming his stablemate,: Mr. Trouble, was another five back, Mrs. James Carons kinsman and Mrs. V. H. Labrot's Balkan were; hopelessly in the rear Middleground add,cd to his replj- tation of the turf bridesmaid of 1950.! . . . . . . i Its the sixth time hes been runner - nn this car thrice tit Hill Prince in the wood, witners ana freakness. His jockey Bill Boland. conceded rueiuuy aner me ricdMicss 11 couiu Happen again in tne neimont on June, 18. "If he (Hill Prince) juns like today hell win the Belmont pre- dieted the King Ranch rider, Rteht nrtw Miilillfdmiml st.in.K . . i r . ; 3 m. w.iit .oi v'-'ujiiiu Prince, whose earnings were boosted to $181,740 by the 556,115 from the Preakness. Mr. Trouble was the big disappointment of the race after finishing third in the Derby. Since Hill Prince has shown ably his superiority over Middleground, it calls for some new challenger like Brookmeade Stable's Sunglow arid Greek Ship to step up. This pair skipped the PreSkness. But the same day Oreek ship scoredj an impressive victory in tne .xietro-i politan Handicap at Belmont. He was scratched Derby day while Sun-glow took fourth. St. Casimir's Wins Benefit Contest St. Casimir's defeated Sullivan's. 8-3. Sunday afternoon in a non- !arme rfnefit Somali t-rv pamf nn . . . me ai. casimirs uiamona. The proceeds from the contest. $15.40. were turned over to Optimist Club representatives for the Tommy U allr Fund Walker t Una. Sullivan s 0(H) 201 3 3 4 St. Qasimir's 420 20. 8 9 2 Malonev. Prettvman and Jones: Garczynski, Zazulak and Minch. Trii Tfl RI' TTTi n 1U Bt ttltU Waverlv The St. James Church will holda banquet at 6:30 p. hl to.;" ij wtm. i uiw ...j.uw ... ... - ".r;iiiiii ! . ,he '6. in the in it by , . ;ter nn r a a jthe ,if of a j l points over me Ked 5OX. i.etty Billy Pierce snapped a seven game losing streak for the White Sox with a vseven-hitter against Boston af tins Kinucr had shut out Chicago . ... ... . - - . . I fmir hlte in I. ., ... 1 . i 1 I i . : ... 1,1 "v"-- " wa:iEdwards.rf ,4 o o 2 Eiuousb 4:Cleman 2. Brown 2. Lopat. Woodling. 2B Rosen. Rizzuto, DiMaggio. HR Di-1 liMaggio 2, Murray. Gordon. S Brown. DP Brown. Coleman, Collins. Left Miiuci s 1 1 in consccuil ve v lciory over i the White Sox. He has not lost garne to Chicago since June 24,1 1948. Bill Wight, Kinder's opponent, allowed only seven hits, but one was and his Bond Wfjjl S0MS 8r IHt "0NtEJ 'I Hit fi" ff si A Wiwnaa Baa '4 4 f 'l Umnct ttm-tm lli Mo Ste ""ei ' three-run homer bv Walter DroDO.:E"n..'".s . " cmcago won tne second game in seventh when Dave Philley walked and scored on Hank Majeski's double. Majeski came in with the tie-breaking.- run on Gordon Golds-berry's third hit off loser Joe Dobson. Home runs by Vircil Stallcup, -johnny Wyrostex, Grady Hatton and Danny Litwhiler enabled Herman Wehmeier to po the distance in the Reds' 10-9 victory over Brooklyn. Wehmeier allowed' 10 hits, walked nine and fanned eight. The Dodgers tallied three times after two out in the ninth and had the tying run on first when Wehmeier got Roy Campanella to pop out to end the game. Catcher Joe Garagiola was the hero; tho fanl't f.. Irinmnh m r (h the ! !? - n.. f..T.!nR L. - ci tDu Second Game 230 101 100 8 14 iMaelie 121. Hansen (2. Higbe (3, Kra mer ia(, ttariung 17, Koslo (7i and Calderone. CHICAGO BOSTON ab.r.h.o. ab.r.h.o r. , . i - . 1 1. n A O 7 , V. . I 114 I Wl KC1.U .f ,f t 1, V I ' ' ward. lb 1 o 1 o T eeson.ib 0 1 av elta lb 4 12 9 Olmo.lf Sauer.lf 3 0 0 3 Coooer.c 3 113 Marshall. rf 4 0 2 3 Sisti.2b 4 0 11 Kerr.ss 4 0 0 0 Sain.p 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 , 10 10 0 0 0 0 Pafko.cf Walker.c 0 0 2 0 12 Smalley.ss 010 Hdier.p U-XVclIIt III Totals 36 2 9 24 Totals 30 3 6 27: a S.ncled for Hiller in 9th I Ran for Serena in 9th CHICAGO 000 000 1102 BOSTON 000 003 OOx 3 E Terwilliger. RBI Olmo. Cooper 2, Minner. Cavaretta. 2B Jethroe. HR Cooper. Cavarretta SB Ward. Sisti. Torgeson, Olmo. Left Chicago 9. Boston 6 BB Sain 2. Minner 3. SO Sain 2, Minner 2. Hiller 1. HO Minner 6 in 7'a: Hiller 0 in 3. Winner Sam o- Loser Minner 0-2. U Boggess, neke and Pinelli. T 2:07. War - Secand Game CHICAGO 200 001 0003 5 1 BOSTON . 000 101 20 x 4 (t 1 Vander Meer. Dubiel (6'. Hiller (7' and Owen; Bickford and Cooper. CISC NNATI ab r h BROOKLYN ab r h Adams.2b I .n:rtrv 1 f 4 4 5 3 0 4 4 0 13 Miksis.ss 0 14 c-Russell 2 3 1 Morean.3b, 0 0 0 Shuba.lf 10 0 Snider.cf 4 111 10 0 0 w.v ek.rf-ib 0 0 0 Oj 4 113! 3 2 14 5 0 14 5 0 0 2! 3 3 2 6 3 12 1! I'sher.cf 1 8 Rob.son.2b 3 1 Furillo.rf 2 1 Hodges. lb 1 9 Cox.3b-ss 0 O Camp'a.c 4 12 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Roe.p 1 0 Banta p Hatten.p b-H'anski Barney.p Palica.p w mexer.p TOTALS 38 10 14 27TOTALS 34 9 10 27 a Announced ror iftacocK in om I KwlkMl for Hatten in 8th.. - ,, . t - Mlksis in 8th e Cox. rbi Stallcup 3. Wyrostek Adcock. Miksis 2? Shuba 2. Campanella ton. Litwhiler. SB Snider. S Roe. uB Hodges. Miksis and Robinson: Roe and Vinson' Robinson. Miksis and Hodges: Hatton. Adams and- Wyrostek. Left Banta 2, Barney 3. SO W eh- meier 8, Roe 5. Barney 1. HO Roe 8 in 6 innings (0 out in th: Bania j in 2.- Tarnv 1 in v-i: Paiica o in i hbp Roe Hattom: wP-Barne . jaad Dascoli. X 3:30. A 21,366. i 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 3' O PLUS 2ND HIT! LAST DAY CLAl DETTE COLBERT in "THREE CAME STARTS TUESDAY! fV The Great WILL ROGERS ...in one of his never-to-be-forgotten classics of humor! dtJ SPADE COOtEY &n cr m "w H,L mm Sl mn If CKUY RETIS m Iw ( ' IMiUcbad luitlitfm.lawt !umm iyyj. 0 New York 13, Cleveland 6. BB Lopat 3. Wynn 4. Bearden 1, Benton 2. Pieretti 4. SO Lopat 3, Wynn 1. Bearden 1. HO Wynn 4 in 2; Bearden 3 in 3: Benton 1 in 0 (none out in bthi; Pieretti 7 in 4. Balk Benton. Winner Lopat (4-2i. Loser Wynn" 13-2. U Stevens. Summers. Grieve. T 2:44. ' NEW YORK 001 111 llti 12 19 0 CLEVELAND ... 002 000 020 4 10 2 Reynolds and Berra: Feller. Flores (?(. Zoldak 9(. Rozek iti and Murray. WASHINGTON DtlROIX ih r h t T ab r h o Yost ,3b Dente.2b Stewart.lf E Ro'son.lb Mele.cf Orti rf 5 1 2 2 Lipon.ss 1 1 Pridd.v.2b 1 5 Kell.3b 3 8 Werl2,rf 2 3 Evers.lf 1 2 Groth.cf 0 5 Ginsberg.c 0 1 A R'nson.c 0 0 Kr'hoski.lb Gray.p Calvert. p a-H'inson Trout.p 0 1 1 0 0 0 12 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 4 1 5 1 4 1 4 0 4 0 3 1 3 1 1 0 3 K jEvans.c 0 0 0 Combs.ss Marrero.p oeo 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 36 6 10 27TOTALS 29 2 3 27 a Popped up for Calvert in 8th WASHINGTON 002 130 000 ti DETROIT m 000 000 2002 E Wertz, Combs, Kryhoski. RBI-Yost 2. Dente. Mele 3, A. Robinson 2. 2B Stewart. Mele. HR Yost. Mele. A. Robinson. DP Dente. Combs and E Robinson: Kell. Priddy and Kryhoski. Left Washington 8, Detroit 3. BB Marrero 3, Gray 4, Trout 1. SO Marrero 4. Calvert 4. HO Gray 8 in 4 innings; Calvert 1 in 4; Trout 1 in 1. Winner Marrero t2-0i. Loser Cray (3-2i. U Passarella. Berry. Soar. Boyer. T 2:0L Showing Today & Tues. At 1.00, 3.55, 6.55, 9.50 Parlnnii IN technicolor vailllOn -SUFFURIN' CATS" 1 , Msl 3 LM , . 7. L L. Merriman.tf Phillies in the hrst game. He hit a pramesa.c smSle and lwo doubles and drove in, run- In tne fir:,t mning after the;Adcock.ib Phils' Ed Waitkus took a third strike, ia-Kius ski ... . . .i.-jLitwhiler.rl wiiippcu inc pan w uiuu n'P ie Ashburn. a quick ;relay to first c3u6ht Gran Hamner off the bag for a triple play. Curt Simmons, who pitched two inuiess .reuei innings PCIOre semin- ... l. . .L . . hitless .relief innings before Semin ick's winning blast in the ninth in Ki winning oiasi in me nimn in- ."-l" day for its basketball plavcrs. Mem-!"" V . "s"'", Sixth; bers varsitv at the dinner.triumPh for the Braves in the 3-2,2 Hton 2 Litwhiler 3 hodges 2 cox. -v u ii . u . 2B Cox, Wehmeier. Hodges. 3B Shuba, the Cubs. He pitched stallcup. HR Stallcup. Wyrostek, Hat- victory over vix iinrrlr inninov til raise hU . . -. . , . , r , i String to 24 shlltOUt frames before; Chicaco scored in the seventh. Val-; to be the winning blow Luis Olmo's : ,k. ,.,..ih ;nn;nn sitv will be guests Speaker will be Frank Toomey, Waverly coach. ATHENS BEATS LOPEZ Athens The Lopez 9-5 in a Legion League game . . . ... .-, i r - i, OH IIIC lH5tiaiIi-auu I ItlU .TUUUIJ. Lopez rut oer five runs third inning but Frock relieved and hurled hitless ball. m tne.ot i"w-iun uuiiu'iw in vnv .ivtvuiu lining,.. jia.en g I j TWO DAYS ONLY! TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY! tne isigntcap enaniea vern hick- ford to gain the decision over Walt; JDubid.

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